The Yorkshire Post

The Yorkshire Post

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The man suffered injuries after the van the officer was driving collided with him as he tried to get away

The number of companies going into administration in Yorkshire fell by nearly a third in 2020 despite an unprecedented global downturn

Jewellery, oil paintings and Victorian antiques were stolen from the property

Roads were flooded and the railway line through Snaith was also closed

Natural flood management (NFM) measures in Pickering saved the town from Storm Christoph. This letter writer says: "How does this NFM and upstream storage work? What about beavers too? Shouldn’t more people know about it?"

The National Trust found two abandoned 4x4s abandoned on a bridle path on a Site of Special Scientific Interest near Huddersfield

BREAKING: A 62-year-old man from Skipton has been arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences as property searches continue

🗣️ "This misnomer is used by Ministers to create the impression that the Government is taking the concerns of ‘red wall’ voters seriously when, in many respects, this region is having to campaign even harder for a modicum of recognition...."

Boris Johnson Zooms a lost generation of schoolchildren in today's @GraemeBandeira  cartoon. What do you think he's telling them? What should he be telling them? See the full piece here: 

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Bradford-based supermarket Morrisons is opening its bakery, egg and fruit and veg packing sites for an extra hour every day in order to donate £10m of food to the country's struggling food banks

? "It is difficult to know what is the greater scandal– the pitiful plight of four-year-old Jack Williment, sleeping on the floor of LGI with suspected pneumonia due to a shortage of beds, or the arrogance of Boris Johnson and Matt Hancock."

BREAKING: Peter Sutcliffe, the serial killer known as the Yorkshire Ripper, died in hospital on Friday, a Prison Service spokesman said.

The voice belongs to Nesyamun, also known as The Leeds Mummy, a priest, incense-bearer and scribe at the time of Ramses XI

Gavin Williamson was asleep at the wheel of a school bus carrying hundreds of thousands of children to their futures - The Yorkshire Post says

🗣️ "This newspaper makes no apology for, again, raising concerns about the threat to farming and food standards as the Agricultural Bill passes through Parliament."

"The Prime Minister’s decision not to visit flood-hit areas of the country following either Storm Ciara or Storm Dennis contrasts with his trips to Matlock and Fishlake when they were affected by flooding in November during the election campaign"